The Portal Telapathysis LP represents the early works of Line Noise. The constant mood throughout the tracks in this release are of soft synths and uplifting melodies over some downtempo and uptempo progressions.
This is a live video captured @ The Womb Radio(Miami, Fl), and represents the 1 hr 30 minute set by Line Noise on June 6th, 2005. The set is a hybrid collection of tracks from Lacedmilk Members and some of LN's tracks himself. This set contains idm, glitch-hop, downtempo, breaks, and other experimental mishaps... Topic: idm, glitch-hop, downtempo, breaks.
Following up a beautiful ep with vocalist Pupila on camomille #47, Florida's Line noise from the Lacedmilk Technologies crew comes back to camomille, this time doin' it solo. He presents us 3 uplifiting tracks of calm, progressive travels in chilled out techno. Drifting somewhere between oldskool, house and downtempo, these 27 minutes of beat-intensive, pad enlightened, guitar grooved are a great addition to the camomille project + perfect moodenhancing music for hot summer days! favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, New Age, Techno, Techhouse, Ambient Techno, Down beat / Chill
Ancestral Oddity by Line Noise contains 8 tracks just short of a hour in length. Drum and bass vibes up against fragments of IDM and industrial influences creating an impressively involving release. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Drum & Bass, Industrial, IDM
The Aquariant EP was produced in June & July of 2004. Its tracks consist of idm'ish electro/breaks with elements of fragmented hip hop acapellas scaterred across in various of its backgrounds. Topic: IDM
The Tribal Hurricane ep consists of glitchy realms of melodic piano and cut up hip hop samples scaterred throughout. An environmental characteristic that all these tracks have in common is that they were made either before or after a series of Hurricanes that passed very close to my geographical location in Florida, US. Topic: IDM, Glitch-hop, downtempo
Light Humanous is the EP that better represent the eclectic style of Line Noise, one of the most representative artists on the netaudio scene. Line Noise runs behind each melodic or acid dream he's having and good listeners will surely follow his run. 4 tracks, 4 pearls. Nothing is expected in this record. No way to enchain these tracks to categories, genres or to any other existing schematic plan. Line Noise runs the netlabel Lacedmilk Technologies. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Down beat / Chill, Abstract Down beat Source: www.openlabrecords.com
The Symbio II LP represents tracks composed by Symbionic Osmosis, which was a side group by Line Noise & Bipolar Controller. The tracks contained in this release are mainly in the realm of breaks and industrial. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Breakbeat
The two tracks in this release represent a collaborative project by Line Noise and Algo Rythem, and they are titled : "Deadwine Marquekon" and "Aqua Elevation". The prevalent feel across Deadwine Marquekon is of an ear-glitching guitar introduction, which then moves into a breakbeat industrial-like feel across the rest of the track. In Aqua Elevation the style across the track dwells in a breakbeat-oriented fashion for most of the track, and is then coated with a few effects...
- Florida, USA's Line Noise from the Lacedmilk Collective ( who released one track on www.tundramusic.com 's Magnetic Landscape V/A) , releases ''Lunarbliss EP'' a GRAND ep of over 35 mintues of pure idm beatwork, enchanting noise ambiances, beautiful jazzy vocals and lighter than air melodies that flow and progress thru out every part of the EP just like blood in our veins. The Ep also features the work of native-Afro-Brazilian chantsvocalist Pupila. Thank you Lacedmilk ! Topics: IDM, Electronic
The Symbio I LP represents some of the tracks composed by Symbionic Osmosis, which was a side group between Line Noise & Bipolar Controller. These tracks consist of Breaks, Industrial, downtempo, and just a variety of hybrid electronics which they experimented with between 2000 and 2003 . . .
This is the first music video release on LM Tech. The video work contained here has been brought to you by VJ Pixelpunk from Audiooptik, who now joins us to bring you a visual taste of eye-bending worlds. The track on this video is Line Noise's Lakeside Elevatum(Bluematic Interface ep) and it was previously released on the Illmatik Vibes Netlabel. The video imagery throughout the involves a variety of abstract seizure-like up & close imagery of computerized graphics superimposed by other... Topic: Electronic Music Video
Tetraexperimentious Pt II represents a few breakbeat & idm experimentations that shift back and forth between these two styles. If you listen closely you will also hear the sounds of insanity whispering in most track backgrounds.
This release represents a few tracks compiled on 6-2003 by PFB, Line Noise, and Bipolar controller while visiting the Lakeside Portals. The prevalent mood throughout these tracks are of mellow melodic downtempo. These are defenitely the kinds of tracks to play out on a Sunday Afternoon overlooking a lake with winds blowing over the water. Topic: Melodic Downtempo, Chillout
byLine Noise, Bipolar controller, lex99, merak19, oddioblender, r_garcia, zainetica, cheju, joe auer, mindseye, pfb, van zalman
The Circuit Odyssey 2005 Compilation is a cross galactical blend of various creative sound hybrids which represent some of our member's musical directions in this current spacetime continuum. This is our label's first official online v/a compilation which is representative of our overall diverse and musical markings that brings forth an audio journey conconction of travels for your mind. Synthesized people (Bipolar Controller) - Industrial, Breaks Berol (Cheju) - Melodic Downtempo w/glitch... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: IDM, Downtempo, Industrial, Breaks, Rock, Detroit techno